Develop, implement and monitor inventory control policies and proceduresChampion, measure, and drive inventory accuracy and reduction through use of process improvement, visual controls and partnerships with other functional areas.
Develop strategies and lead negotiations to achieve transparent communication with suppliers with respect to long term supply and production strategies, including but not limited to implementing collaborative planning processes.
Interacts with clients to understand their distribution networks and determines the logistics resources required to support equipment, safety, personnel and maintenance. Identifies supply sources to meet technical requirements.
Help integrate and synchronize the development of technical manuals, training support plans, maintenance engineering efforts, provisioning parts lists, repair parts, special and unique tools, and test equipment.
Perform operational investigations, evaluate and approve CAPA plans for transport and logistics related irregularities. Performs investigations related to warehousing in Canada and LATAM. Collaborates with relevant regional managers, in areas of responsibilities on matrix, KPIs and reports for the whole region.
The Procurement Manager leads supplier management activities and executes supplier compliance activities for assigned suppliers. Suppliers are generally regional in nature and may span only a few sites, a business or a function.
As the Procurement Manager, you will be responsible for managing all vendor relations and contracts for corporate wide initiatives initially with the intent to build an organization that will eventually be able to assume all enterprise contract management responsibilities.
Manage the development, negotiation and implementation of major contracts leveraging spend, continuing to re-source recurring contractual commitments on a recurring cycle, manage emergent project work in support of operations, and manage key supplier relationships.